Different drugs prescribed by a dentist depending upon the dental condition. However, the dose of drugs differ from patient to patient, depending upon what the drug used for, there are various different pain medicine and each one has its own advantages and side effects. Some types of pain respond better to certain medicines than others. Each person may have a slightly different response to pain reliever. Hence its always recommended to consult your doctor before taking any medications and also avoid self-prescribing.
Non-Steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen are effective against mild to moderate pain. Although these medicines should taken only at lowest dose that reduce the dental pain for a short time. Hence they are not suitable for people with stomach problems, heart problems, kidney impairment, high blood pressure or asthma. In older people, these drugs usually not recommended. It can be given in children for dental pain greater than 3+ months and who weigh more than 5kg.
Although it’s a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug used for treatment of moderate to severe dental pain. One should’nt use for mild or long term painful conditions. One should’nt take in case of liver or kidney diseases, heart problems and coagulation disorders. Consult your dentist and physician before taking.
Chymoral Forte for dental pain
Is an anti-inflammatory non-steroidal drug. It reduces pain and swelling very much after a dental treatment.
Tramadol and Acetaminophen (Ultracet)
When all the above said drugs fail to relieve pain then this medicine is prescribed. Used in cases of severe pain and post chemotherapy.Its used following a dental or surgical procedure. It should be avoided in severe asthmatics, liver and kidney diseases. Consult your dentist and physician before taking.